Paul Miller (born January 3, 1963, Los Angeles, California, U.S.A.; haigō paul m. [a.k.a. Paul Wruck, C. Flor]), American financial officer, poet, author, editor, and publisher. Holds a bachelor’s degree in cognitive psychology and a master’s in English. Now retired as a legal-entity controller at Bank of America, Miller served as treasurer for the Haiku Society of America (2004–2014) and the Haiku Poets of Northern California (2003– ), and CFO of the biennial Haiku North America conference (2004– ), the latter of which he incorporated in 2005. After serving as book review editor for several years, Miller assumed the editorship of Modern Haiku in 2013. His haiku appear in journals and anthologies around the world. He has published three prize-winning collections, edited anthologies—notably for the Haiku Poets of Northern California—and distributed a number of chapbooks and brochures featuring his work. Miller is also a noted critic and historian of haiku and author of the Haikupedia article “Charles B. Dickson.” He lives in Inlet Beach, Florida.
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